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The funniest thing Steve Jobs ever said

Above: Don’t let anyone tell you Steve Jobs doesn’t have a sense of humor – after all, he did found his company on April 1st.

Now, normally I like to think that Steve is an honest man, but listen to him stutter over that line… even HE can’t believe that particular line of bullshit.

14 Responses to “The funniest thing Steve Jobs ever said”
  1. Count Macula says:


    Comedic Jenius!

  2. Dean says:

    No kidding! Really, Steve? Reeeaaallly?

  3. Jay says:

    What? A stutter is considered funny? Why don’t you go on stage and deliver content in a manner that is both informative and entertaining.

    A very dry sense of humour indeed.

  4. y3rt says:

    What you doubt the gospel?

  5. Daniel says:

    No, it’s that the puck mice weren’t well received, mostly due to the before-mentioned puck shape. The unusual shape made them hard to use for most users, and they were USB mice at a time when most mice used ADB connectors. The Doc’s making fun of the fact that Steve called it “The most wonderful mouse you’ve ever used.”

  6. Is that your kid in the this-was-brough-to-you-by Macenstein ending? 😀

    Ow Steve ..

  7. darrell says:

    using that for an hour deformed my hand into a claw

  8. Florian,

    No, it’s Ellen Feiss.

    -The Doc

  9. Ben says:

    I loved that mouse. small, interesting, not unlike many mice made today for laptops. Was a bit trick for the hamfisted though.

  10. Steve says:

    Never understood what the problem was.

    I used to touch the cord to know which way was up. No problem.

  11. Brad says:

    it game me hand cramps

  12. Sean says:

    Hardware reviewers tend to be men with big hands and/or horribly Monk-like in their aversion to the unfamiliar (e.g. the Mac). Those with small hands appreciated the round mouse design, as did those who understood the proper way to hold the mouse and click the button. My wife had tiny hands, and she loved the round mouse. I have stiffness in the last joint of my index finger from a quarter century of mousing. The round mouse was intended to fit in the hollow of your hand, allowing you to click the one button with the pad at the base of your fingers.

  13. Apparently it still affects your typing.

  14. Ben says:

    That mouse was a gift! To third-party hardware vendors, that is. It’s a nice keepsake (I still have mine…), but you can’t use it for long, so you have to go out and buy a mouse from someone else. It wasn’t a week before I bought my first logitech mouse; it was awesome!

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